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Pest Control Near Me In Blue Mountains
Low and non-toxic methods of Pests control are used by most reputable pest control company Redback Pest Control Sydney,
Contact us to solve your termite and pest control problems in Blue Mountains.
We use Modern Control for Termite and Pest Control Protection across Mountains
General Pests are defined by Red Back Pest Control as being:
Common Cockroaches (large) – American, Smoky-Brown and Australian
Ants-Back-Small Garden Type
Spiders – both webbing and ground dwelling spiders
PEST CONTROL: A general pest treatment is a mostly standard treatment that is used by our company when clients move into a new house, get a regular preventative service or have a particular pest problem that fall into this category. It consists of dusting the roof void, behind refrigerator motors, cracks and crevices in the kitchen and bathroom.
A spray is applied to the skirting boards, subfloor fences, eaves, footpaths, and perimeters of the house and outbuildings. Any other pest harbourage areas are also covered, using common sense.
PEST CONTROL INSPECTIONS: Inspection is a very important part of cockroach control. We ask the client if they have noticed any particular trouble areas, then inspect all known cockroach harbourage areas such as;
a) cracks and crevices in and around kitchen, bathroom and laundry and meal preparation sites if on a commercial building;
b) behind hot water services;
c) electrical appliances such as ovens, refrigerator motors, microwaves, stereos etc;
d) door hinges;
e) behind wallpaper or ply veneer boards;
f) drains and plumbing; and
g) roof voids.
PEST CONTROL TREATMENTS: A thorough inspection is required before any treatment is carried out.
As firstly the client if they have noticed where the ants seem to be coming in and if they have noticed any nests outside. Look for all entry points in cracks and crevices in and around the kitchen, bathroom and laundry areas.
Treatments can Include under window sills, doorways, under pot plants, cracks in the driveway, around trees, pavers and garbage bins. We Look and treat for any ant nests in the garden, Inspect for TERMITES under the subfloor, near fences and major colonies may be found under wood or timber areas, Pests can hide in insulation batts in the roof void and in wall cavities.
Then we initially treat all cracks and crevices and entry points using the cockroach puffer, remembering to dust lightly and thoroughly. A heavy dusting will only be unsightly as it will be side-tracked by the ants. Outside try to track the ants back to their nests and flood with Deltamethrin or Bifenthrin – Cockroach gels baits, Sticky Traps and much more depending on the type or pest problem.
We can Fan spray paved areas lightly and lift up and treat under pot plants. Pay attention to cracks in concrete and under paths. We also advise the client to move garbage bins and any harborage areas well away from the house.
There are five main pest species in Australia, all being introduced and forming less than 1% of all 450 species found in Australia. They comprise of: German, Smoky-brown, American, Australian and Brown-banded.
Their insect order is Blattodea and gave rise to the termites over 300 million years ago. A species of cockroaches called the Oriental Cockroach (Blatta orientalis) was once a pest species, but is now so rarely encountered it will not be discussed further. They are regarded as pests because of a number of factors, some being their characteristic odour, reproductive abilities, contamination of food by their droppings and regurgitations and the spread of diseases.
Pest controllers are often asked by clients arent cockroaches supposed to be one of the cleanest animals because of the grooming habits?
The Answers is obvious they are not, because of the habits of roaming through sewers, urinals, garbage and rubbish. They consume food and faeces of man and animals, harbouring diseases such as Salmonella, Diarrhoea and Typhus.
Ants generally become a problem in houses and other buildings when their nests have become disturbed after rain, or conversely, during dry weather to look for water.
Poor household hygiene and pests bowls also draw them indoors. Outside conditions such as sandy areas, pavers and garden pots also are favorable conditions for ants to nest in.
Spiders are controlled mainly by a thorough inspection, followed by directly spraying spiders seen with any of the registered insecticides. Always advise the client to keep webs up before and after the treatment as residual treatment of the webs are crucial to effective spider control. When treating, pay particular attention to eaves, around windows, fences, paths, rockeries and all other spider habitats. Caution! When treating fences or eaves, strict attention must be paid to keeping spray drift to a minimum.
We DO NOT SPRAY EAVES OR OTHER AREAS ABOVE WAIST HEIGHT IN WINDY CONDITIONS. We always check both sides of fences for people, pests or other non-target objects before spraying.
Webbing and ground dwelling spiders
Orb Weaving Spiders are large spiders with silvery-grey to plum coloured bodies and brown-black, often yellow banded legs. The males are tiny and red-brown to brown in colour. Orb weavers are reluctant to bite. Symptoms are usually negligible or mild local pain, numbness and swelling. Occasionally nausea and dizziness can occur after a bite.
Dangerous Spiders: There are nine Australian Spiders whose venom ranges from extremely toxic to resulting in painful bites. Common sense and awareness will safeguard most people from the danger of attack. Two of These spiders are as listed below;
1. SYDNEY FUNNELWEB-(MALE) The most dangerous spider in the world is the male Sydney Funnel Web. It has killed three children in under two hours. This spider is quickly identified by a glossy black body with long spinnerets. An aggressive spider which rears up when challenged. His venom is seven times as toxic as the female, yet is dangerous only to primates. Secondary identification is a pointed spur on each second leg and reddish black undersides.
2. RED-BACK This spider has a pea-shaped abdomen with a characteristic red or orange stripe. The male is much smaller and harmless. Makes untidy webs around rubbish and pot plants. Poison is much slower acting than the Funnel Web and bites causes severe pain with localised sweating. Is related to the Black Widow spider of the U.S.A. and the Katipo of New Zealand. Around 300 spider bites are recorded every year from the Red-Back Spider.
Silverfish are a fabric pest which can eat non-synthetic clothing such as
Cotton and wool. They also eat paper (especially glossy paper as found in magazines
And bookcovers) and glue. Silverfish are found in cracks and crevices in and
Around bookshelves, linen presses and wardrobes.
There are two different species of Carpet Beetle which are fabric pests, the Variegated Carpet Beetle and the Black Carpet Beetle. It is only the larva of these species that feeds on fabrics such as woollen carpets (they do not attack synthetic carpets), fur, silk and feathers etc.
Industries We Service
Redback Pest Control Sydney Keep’s Your Facility Pest Free From, Whatever Your Pest Problem is.
Redback Pest Control has been managing the pest control needs of commercial and industrial facilities in Sydney NSW since 1990 and takes pride in offering tailored Management solutions for the companies we partner with.
We Service the Pest Control For Day Care | Pest Control For Aged Care | Pest Control For Schools
Pest Control For University’s | Pest Control For Factories | Pest Control For Councils
Pest Control For Hotel | Pest Control For Motel | Pest Control For Restaurant | Pest Control For Retail
We can serve all of the following types of facilities.
- Data Warehouse
- Automated Warehouse
- Food Warehouse
- Refrigerated Warehouse
- Dry goods Warehouse
- Manufacturing Warehouse
- Importers Warehouse
- Third Party Logistics Warehouse
- Exporter Warehouse
- Cold Storage Warehouse
- Wholesalers Warehouse
- Medical Warehouses
- Transport businesses
- Moving and Storage Companies
- Customs Warehouse
We know how important it is to our commercial pest control clients that their storage facilities and warehouses are effectively treated.
Food and perishables pose additional complexities Redback Pest Control Sydney is becoming the choice for businesses that help you maintain your Property.
Our Pest Control Service helps you protect your home and work place by treating or pointing out any conditions that could lead to any ongoing infestation.
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Australian spiders have a fearsome reputation,
But our bees typically pose more of a threat.
Here are the worst.
Spiders less dangerous than bees.
Spiders are the most widely distributed venomous creatures in Australia, with an estimated 10,000 species inhabiting a variety of ecosystems. But even though spiders live around us, from our urban
centres to the bush, bites are not as frequent as bees.
In fact, spiders are less life-threatening than
snakes or sharks, or even bees.
Most common found in Australia Homes Are Redback Spiders,White Tailed Spiders and Sydney Funnel Web Spiders.
If bitten by one you should call 000
Bee Hive Removal
Australia’s early European settlers introduced Honey Bees to ensure a good supply of honey. The Honey Bees are one of the most recognisable insects and are the most commonly domesticated bee species in the world.
Honey Bees live in urban areas, forests, woodlands and heath. Honey bees have successfully established feral hives throughout Australia.We are passionate about keeping and saving bees. We appreciate the critical roll bees have on our environment.
A beekeeper can collect and re-home bees.Most common Bees found in Australia Homes Are Honey Bees. Treating bee sting depends on their severity.
In most cases a Ice Pack will work and remove the singer. The majority of problems that require medical attention come from an allergic reaction to the sting.
If you have an allergic reaction you should call 000
Termite Nest Dead
Redback Termite Control Specialists
Termites have a 200 million year evolutionary history closely related to cockroaches.
They can be found right throughout Sydney.
Termites forage for food over a large area
Termites are social insects, and there are multiple castes within the colony.
King and Queen, Alates Soldiers and Workers.
The eggs are removed from the royal chamber and transferred to a nursery by the workers.
Here (the eggs and nymphs) develops into the other castes that the colony requires for development and survival; workers, soldiers and primary or secondary reproductives. When termite damage to a building is discovered, you should conduct us Before Its too Late call 1800 REDBACK ….1800-733-222